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Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
Nasr: Sauber move not a risk
Surprise Sauber signing Felipe Nasr is confident that his 2015 move to the struggling team doesn’t represent a risk, with the Brazilian expecting F1 to follow through on promises to help the grid's smaller outfits.
U.S. GP twitter reaction
The best of the Twitter reaction from the teams and drivers after the United States Grand Prix in Austin.
Papers: Lewis a worthy champ
The Fleet Street scribes have heaped more praise on Lewis Hamilton after the Mercedes driver’s record-breaking victory in the United States GP extended his championship lead to 24 points.
Maldonado back in ninth
Pastor Maldonado has reclaimed ninth place in the U.S. GP after Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne slipped back behind the Venezuelan in the revised classification courtesy of a five-second time penalty for colliding with the other Lotus of Romain Grosjean.
'Reckless' Perez punished
Force India’s Sergio Perez has been punished for “reckless” driving on the first lap of Sunday’s U.S. GP with a seven-place grid penalty for next weekend’s race in Brazil.
U.S. GP - driver reaction
The 18 drivers have their say on the action in Austin where Lewis Hamilton took his tenth victory of the season.
Hamilton: Nico caught unawares
Lewis Hamilton believes he caught Nico Rosberg unawares with the bold overtaking move on his Mercedes team-mate that clinched victory in the U.S. GP.
Merc: Rosberg too conservative
Mercedes believe Nico Rosberg lost the United States GP to Lewis Hamilton because he was too conservative with his tyres.
Hamilton stars in Texas
Lewis Hamilton edged closer towards the World Championship on Sunday when he overcame polesitter and title rival Nico Rosberg to win the United States GP in Austin.
Rosberg optimistic for victory
Austin polesitter Nico Rosberg insists he won’t be focusing on the recent past as he aims to end his title-leading team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s four-race winning streak
Alonso: Common sense required
Fernando Alonso has called on F1 to display “common sense” in getting to grips with cost issues to ensure the sport remains on the healthiest possible financial footing.
Button not enjoying easy life
Jenson Button has admitted he wishes there more cars running in Austin this weekend, even though the absence of two teams makes racing life an altogether more straightforward affair.
Rosberg powers to Austin pole
Nico Rosberg took a commanding pole position at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, enjoying a gap of almost four tenths of a second to Lewis Hamilton.
Bernie: Crisis is 'my fault'
Bernie Ecclestone has quelled fears Force India and Sauber will withdraw from the United States GP in public protest against the governance of Formula 1 - but admitted he doesn't know how to fix the financial crisis which has enveloped the sport.
P3: Hat-trick for Hamilton
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton made it a hat-trick of fastest times to underline his status as pole favourite in Austin as title rival Nico Rosberg experienced a difficult Practice Three.
Lotus deny 'boycott' report
Lotus have dismissed reports suggesting they could boycott this weekend’s United States GP along with Sauber and Force India in protest at F1’s growing cost crisis.
Button expects 'tricky' Austin
Jenson Button has conceded McLaren will find it difficult to repeat their result from Sochi in Austin this weekend, with the Briton’s own chances already compounded by a five-place grid penalty.
'Work needed on Virtual SC'
Jenson Button and Romain Grosjean believe more work is needed on Formula 1’s Virtual Safety Car idea after the system was trialled for the first time in Friday practice for the United States GP.
P2: Hamilton stays ahead
Lewis Hamilton maintained his position at the head of the field in Practice Two at the Circuit of the Americas, but his advantage was cut to just three-thousandths of a second by Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.